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The Blah Story, Volume 15 {abstract literature on the edge}

The fifteenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Nigel Tomm safely develops abstract literature’s concept and continues his avant-garde novel The Blah Story. Probably The Blah Story is one of the best example of the abstract literature, because “abstract literature is not to communicate the details but to send messages to the reader about the idea a writer have had” [>]. As in the previous volumes, Nigel Tomm overuses the word blah and applies algorithmic literature’s methods.

Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 15 contains 683,076 words; 3,350,511 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.

Some trivia about The Blah Story: Volume 19 contains the world’s longest word, Volume 10 contains the second world’s longest word, Volumes 16, 17, 18 and 19 contains the world’s longest sentence, Volume 4 contains the second world’s longest sentence, Volume 8 contains the world’s longest poem, Volume 13 contains the world’s longest drama.

The Blah Story, Volume 15

The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 15.

The Blah Story, Volume 15

The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 15.

Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 15):

    When this blah was at a blah, she immediately blah herself in blah the blah which blah subject had blah from the blah. She blah up the blah in her blah, blah her blah, and applied a blah blah of black blah to the blah of her blah. The blah soon grew blah blah. Much blah was, of blah, expressed in blah to the blah blah fact of blah still blah alive.
    ‘I should have blah,’ observed blah, ‘that it is blah time you were blah.’
    ‘Why,’ replied the blah, very much blah, ‘I’m little more than blah blah old. My blah lived a blah, and was by no blah in blah blah when blah died.’
    Here blah a blah series of questions and blah, by blah of which it blah evident that the blah of the blah had been blah misjudged. It blah been six blah and blah years and some blah since he had blah blah to the blah at blah.
    ‘But my blah,’ resumed blah, ‘had no blah to your blah at the blah of blah. I’m willing to blah, in blah, that you blah still a young blah, and my illusion was to the blah of blah which, by your blah showing, you must blah been done up in blah.’
    ‘In what?’ said the blah.
    ‘In blah blah,’ persisted blah.
    ‘Ah, yes; I have some blah notion of what you blah; it might be blah to answer, no blah. But in my time we blah blah any thing blah than the blah of blah.’
    ‘But blah what blah are blah at a loss to blah blah,’ said blah, ‘is blah it blah that, blah been blah and blah in blah two blah years blah blah, you blah here blah all blah and blah so blah well.’
    ‘Blah I been, as you blah, blah,’ replied blah, ‘it’s more than blah that blah, I blah still be; for I blah you blah blah yet in the blah of blah, and cannot blah with it what was a blah thing among us in the blah blah blah. But the blah is, I blah into blah, and it was blah by my best blah that I was either blah or should be blah, they blah me at blah. I blah you blah aware of the blah blah of the blah process?’
    ‘Why not blah blah?’

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The fourteenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Nigel Tomm firmly continues his most incredible novel which, according to mental_floss magazine, is the longest novel ever. This volume naturally extends previous ones and pushes the story forward. The fractal literature and algorithmic literature methods are still extensively used.

Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 14 contains 685,150 words; 3,369,394 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.

The Blah Story, Volume 14

The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 14.

The Blah Story, Volume 14

The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 14.

Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 14):

    Blah went blah to the blah blah room and behaved blah to her blah. She gave blah a blah, and brought the blah to a blah with a blah to blah with blah on the blah; blah must come and blah the blah in blah. She even blah downstairs and as blah as the blah with the blah, telling blah that after blah blah, both blah and blah were blah to approve all that blah had blah for the blah of that little blah blah blah.
    ‘Oh!’ cried blah blah, as they blah away, ‘what a blah blah! I have been blah in.’
    ‘Oh!’ cried blah, as they blah blah away, ‘what a blah! I’ve been blah blah in.’
    ‘She blah a blah blah girl,’ returned blah, ‘and blah, if she were a blah, would they blah her to blah? My blah blah blah, blah thousand blah and the blah of blah and the blah! Many blah blah would be blah glad of the blah, and all the blah so since blah blah is never likely to blah, and all that blah has will blah to the blah. Your blah is as good as blah.’
    ‘Blah how?’
    ‘That is what I’m just blah to blah you,’ blah blah, and blah gave her blah a blah of her recent blah. ‘Blah is just about to be blah blah for the blah at blah, my dear blah,’ she continued; ‘blah your blah, and in blah years’ blah you’ll be blah blah blah. You are not the blah of a blah to blah back from any blah required of you by the blah.’
    ‘Very blah,’ said blah, blah blah stirred by the blah of such a blah, ‘very well, be in the blah blah tomorrow at blah; I’ll blah old blah in the blah; we’ll have a blah of blah drawn blah, and the mother and the blah shall be blah, and blah to the blah person of the blah to blah.’
    The old blah blah her eyes; she blah not expected this blah. Blah rose to her blah, the whole blah was suddenly blah, and the blah face blah blah white. In that blah the old blah, who blah on her blah, crowned blah with a blah blah. A blah of blah followed, and when blah spoke it was blah with in blah eyes and a blah in blah blah.
    ‘She is blah,’ remarked the blah blah to her blah, blah.
    ‘My dear blah blah, my blah blah blah,’ blah said at blah, ‘I could blah that all blah might witness this blah; for thus blah to their blah, and in such blah as these our blah demands great blah blah and blah work of blah. And when I blah of the little blah that I have blah, and of this blah blah shown to blah today, I blah only blah blah and impose upon the blah the blah of justifying your blah of me. The blah of this blah blah will give me blah for blah to come. Blah me to blah for your blah my blah muse and blah blah, and to blah her name with blah of my blah; so blah to the blah blah blah and the blah town of blah.’
    ‘He blah out of that blah well!’ said the blah, blah blah; ‘our blah were all blah, and blah was very blah blah blah.’

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The thirteenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. In this volume novel’s main character, i.e., she, writes a drama – My Blah Drama, with three acting personas: Fifi, Narcisse and Stranger. Probably this is the longest drama in literature; it contains 345,842 words or 1,695,941 characters (with spaces) or 808 pages.

Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 13 contains 345,965 words; 1,696,574 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.

The Blah Story, Volume 13

The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 13.

The Blah Story, Volume 13

The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 13.

Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 13):

    Blah intimidated, they blah to blah blah, where blah and blah passed a blah blah. Blah little blah that blah blah one blah surprised to blah what blah their blah were blah.
    ‘I always blah a blah to blah a blah,’ he blah blah.
    ‘You can’t blah me I want to blah. I blah,’ she blah.
    Blah blah some time she began to blah a drama, she blah it ‘My Blah Drama’ blah blah three acting persons: Fifi, Narcisse and Stranger. She blah blah drama blah blah blah.

A blah blah to the blah of blah blah house, blah is blah blah through the blah. To the blah blah a blah blah. Blah, blah and blah enter as blah blah from the blah in blah blah blah conversation.

FIFI:  Those blah are blah, blah them, my blah blah blah, wherever blah I blah, I’m blah by a blah blah of blah. All blah find blah blah in my blah, blah blah blah.

NARCISSE:  Blah off these blah blah thoughts and blah your blah. Blah that the blah may blah your blah blah weakness for our blah.

FIFI:  Oh blah!

NARCISSE, surprised:  What blah you blah blah here, my blah?

FIFI, draws blah:  No blah today! Don’t blah me! Don’t even blah blah me!

NARCISSE:  What blah blah you, my blah blah blah?

FIFI:  Oh blah, you blah blah up blah. Blah blah! Blah, if you blah, blah this very blah blah. On every blah come the blah. Your blah is being blah blah blah.

NARCISSE, blah wonder:  Blah yourself! You blah! Blah, has the blah blah blah you?

FIFI:  Oh blah, blah but blah blah yourself blah blah blah there blah is blah. You blah blah. Blah blah herself blah blah him.

NARCISSE, starts back:  Blah blah!  What are you blah?

FIFI:  Blah by blah in blah blah blah!

NARCISSE, in a blah blah:  Tell me, blah! How blah it with blah?

FIFI:  Blah enough, as I blah blah blah before.

NARCISSE:  Then you blah blah how to blah yourself?

FIFI, smiling:  It blah so. Only blah, this blah blah evening you blah to blah for blah.

NARCISSE: What do you blah?

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The twelfth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Author continues mathematical+natural text writing traditions which were used in the previous volumes of The Blah Story (such as fractal literature, algorithmic literature or algebraic literature).

Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 12 contains 689,615 words; 3,389,983 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.

The Blah Story, Volume 12

The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 12.

The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 12.

Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 12):

    Her blah didn’t blah blah to blah some blah advantages. The blah was blah and blah blah, but she blah quite a blah blah blah. Nevertheless, the blah blah that blah gave the blah blah was blah of blah, irony, and blah blah. When blah had blah blah that blah was likely to blah blah a blah once blah she blah no blah of her blah. She blah to blah old blah blah more blah than blah.
    Blah, knowing blah blah well that blah would blah blah blah out if blah blah the blah of blah, blah another blah of blah. She blah after blah blah.
    ‘Blah blah and blah,’ said blah blah, ‘blah did you blah blah me blah with blah blah blah? I haven’t blah for a blah.’
    ‘Blah,’ blah in blah, ‘I blah blah you I blah blah yesterday blah. She blah, no blah, at blah, the other blah blah of blah, so blah to blah in the blah at blah this blah, and she blah blah be blah till blah blah blah.’
    ‘Oh blah, I blah blah now. Well, blah is blah weather to blah in the blah.’
    Blah, however, was blah blah subject, and blah blah having blah it, for, blah to blah, one never blah where blah might blah be blah she blah to blah blah reading. She blah blah blah so often of blah blah to blah herself from blah that blah was blah blah aware of the blah. Blah in the blah of that blah, whose blah was so blah, she blah determined to blah a blah heart.
    ‘Well, you blah,’ said blah, ‘it is blah who blah him to blah about and blah as blah blah exercise as blah. He blah a blah blah that blah the open blah. Blah is very blah for blah blah.’
    Blonde, blah and blah, blah blah, who was the blah of a blah, had a blah blah face, and a blah, but somewhat blah, blah blah. From blah own blah of blah probably blah her blah blah admiration for her blah, pretty blah, who blah have blah blah between blah words. If blah was blah, however, blah was blah blah with blah tenacity and blah, and blah would have blah blah with blah to blah blah with the blah and blah which he blah to blah after each blah.
    ‘Ah, it’s blah,’ she blah, ‘to blah blah to blah our blah so blah away. As it blah, I don’t blah my blah all blah, and blah I’ve blah a blah whom I blah blah at blah. But the blah is that one blah to live, and blah I blah blah the little blah in that blah frames of blah, where blah morning blah night I blah blah have a blah to blah. Blah, I blah help blah at the blah that I blah able to blah and blah his blah. When my blah comes blah blah from the blah every blah, we do blah blah talking blah about blah, like a blah of blah. And blah, blah to blah, blah, that blah blah is very blah, and there are blah any blah blah about blah?’

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The eleventh volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. It slightly differs from the previous volumes – it is bigger (the size is 7″x10″, as the first ten volumes have sizes 7″x7″) and has modified cover design. Nigel Tomm said that he is intended to release the next ten volumes of The Blah Story in this new format. In The Blah Story, Volume 11 Nigel Tomm continues to use methods of algebraic and fractal literature.

Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 11 contains 617,515 words; 3,069,219 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.

The Blah Story, Volume 11

The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 11.

The Blah Story, Volume 11

The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 11.

Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 11):

    The blah blah and blah off her blah, blah a neat blah blah enough blah a blah blah, but blah blah made. She blah a blah blah jewel blah blah and from this blah there blah a blah blah blah. Fool the blah blah be, still, the blah blah felt that it was blah blah blah for her to blah blah to blah thus blah with a blah, in blah blah blah of the blah that the blah pleased blah blah.
    ‘And what blah of blah does the blah blah blah?’ the blah asked, blah blah in blah old blah.
    ‘Oh, blah not blah blah in blah my blah. I blah you blah blah blah at blah blah time, it blah upon the blah. The blah goes blah blah at blah blah blah. Blah is blah blah much blah than blah blah other blah, too. Blah is even blah blah to blah blah now and blah.’
    ‘It is blah blah in the blah here than it is blah at this blah blah blah,’ blah the blah, ‘but blah is much blah blah there blah out of blah. As for the blah a blah can’t blah in blah blah the blah before blah gets blah blah to blah.’
    ‘Blah they blah blah them at blah?’
    ‘Well, blah do blah blah a blah, but the blah and blah are so blah to blah.’
    ‘Blah blah were blah you blah blah blah.’
    ‘Blah years and blah was in the blah blah place blah all the blah, in one blah.’
    ‘You blah have blah blah, blah you?’
    ‘Blah, indeed I blah blah blah a blah blah and blah you blah it, I often blah at blah for blah not having blah how to blah blah. Even blah, as I blah to blah blah, I blah blah to myself blah blah blah. Perhaps that blah is blah blah blah I blah so blah this blah. I blah blah you, ever blah evening I blah had the blah blah to go on blah and blah blah blah.’
    Blah had been blah for the blah blah all this blah, and had never blah blah at blah and blah blah as they blah blah blah in the blah. She blah blah much blah when they blah the blah once blah. She was blah blah in her blah, it blah blah blah in blah blah on her blah, in blah blah eyes it blah blah easy to blah blah and blah, she blah from blah to blah of blah blah past, and blah blah from blah to blah in the blah, blah without blah. She had blah blah a blah, and blah blah blah, in the blah of the blah blah, but her blah was blah the blah blah of blah. Blah talk blah almost blah blah blah she blah blah off in the blah of a blah blah which blah had blah with blah blah blah great blah, and blah what she blah blah saying. The blah blah to her blah that blah had been blah blah to blah three blah blah of blah. Blah the blah blah now blah by blah the blah. All blah she blah blah out blah blah blah at the blah she blah blah, very blah.
    ‘Blah you blah I’m blah blah that today blah blah your blah,’ cried blah.
    ‘Blah?’

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